Micro Adjustment software?

Started 9 months ago | Questions thread
Lisa Kiehls Forum Member • Posts: 64
Try DotTune (it's fast and free)
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IMO you don't need software.

Best process I have ever seen was developed by this dude at Fred Miranda. Fast and free. And furthermore it does not require firing the shutter even once. I use it now with every new lens I get. Takes maybe 2 minutes once you get the hang of it.

DotTune: a free and fast method for fine-tuning the autofocus on your lenses:

http://www.fredmiranda.com/forum/topic/1187247/0

"What makes it faster and more accurate is that it doesn't rely on actual phase-detect focusing to derive the AF tune value. Because PDAF has shot-to-shot variability, all existing AF tune techniques require multiple images taken at each tune value to eliminate that variability from the equation. And it's the need for multiple shots that make those techniques more prone to AF tune measurement error."

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